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The Tour Report

March 9 2012

6:29 PM

FedExCup: Bradley looks to gain ground

DORAL, Fla. -- FedExCup leader Kyle Stanley slipped from T5 to T10 during Friday's second round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship, but his FedExCup lead is looking a little safer than it did last night. Stanley is competing at TPC Blue Monster and trying to maintain his lead in the season-long race for the FedExCup for the sixth consecutive week. Johnson Wagner enters the week at No. 2, needing a top-10 finish to have a chance at passing Stanley, but is currently tied for 15th, projected to lose a little ground to the leader. The only player chasing the No. 1 position this week in a better spot than Stanley is Keegan Bradley. Bradley was 5 under Friday and finished the afternoon tied for 5th. The reigning PGA Champion will need to win this week to have a chance to move atop the FedExCup standings. Here’s a quick look at how Stanley and his pursuers are stacking up at the Cadillac Championship. Listed below are each player’s current FedExCup standing, the minimum finish they will need this week to have a chance at becoming No. 1, and where they stand at TPC Blue Monster.
Player Points Points
Currently Proj.
1. Kyle Stanley 935   N/A T10 69 1,004
2. Johnson Wagner 860 -75 10th T15 54 914
3. Mark Wilson 840 -95 6th T28 41 881
4. Rory McIlroy 815 -120 4th T28 41 856
5. Phil Mickelson 807 -128 4th T34 32 839
6. Bill Haas 752 -183 3rd T45 22 774
7. Hunter Mahan 745 -193 3rd T34 32 774
8. Brandt Snedeker 716 -219 2nd T45 22 738
9. Steve Stricker 598 -337 1st T15 54 652
10. Keegan Bradley 563 -372 1st T5 110 673
11. Ben Crane 514 -421 1st T45 22 536
13. Martin Laird 465 -470 1st T54 16 481